1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Four runners A,B,C, and D ran 100m each. The time taken, in seconds by each runner can be considered as independent observation from a normal distribution with mean 14 and SD 0.2 . A runner E ran 400 m. THe time taken by E can be considered as an observation from a normal distribution with mean 58 and SD 1.0 independent of the times taken by the other runners. For the four runners A,B,C and D , find the probabiltiy that A is the fastest runner. Find also the probability that runners C and D (in any order of arrangement) are the slowest runner. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Maybe some hints to get me started on both parts of the questions.